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Time Section Speaker/Facilitator 8:30 – 8:35 AM Introductions & Welcome Chair + ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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0 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-satellite-presentation 10/29/2021 0 494063 494063 Time Section Speaker/Facilitator 8:30 – 8:35 AM Introductions & Welcome Chair + Panelists 8:35 – 8:55 AM Overview of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness •Causes & Disease Burden •Challenges in assessing EDS •Evolving treatment landscape Chair •Presentation (15 mins) •Polling questions (5 mins) 8:55 – 9:25 AM Incorporating Recent Advances into Patient Care •Dr. Mark Boulos (10 mins) •Dr. Raymond Gottschalk (10 mins) •Dr. Atul Khullar (10 mins) Neurologist Respirologist Psychiatrist 9:25 – 9:40 AM Panelist Perspectives on Recent Advances Chair + Panelists 9:40 – 10:00 AM Audience Q&A All Participants

Satellite Presentation - Excessive Daytime Sleepiness: Waking up to a New Treatment Paradigm

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SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An.. → SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An.. →

SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An Evidence-Based Clinical Update CHAIRPERSON: Mark I. Boulos, MD, MSc PRESENTERS: Nathan ...

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1 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 494068 494068 SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An Evidence-Based Clinical Update CHAIRPERSON: Mark I. Boulos, MD, MSc PRESENTERS: Nathan Cross1, Andrew S.P. Lim, MD, MMSc,2; Mark I. Boulos, MD, MSc,2 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Concordia University; 2 Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology, University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada DESCRIPTION: Cognitive impairment and dementia are associated with substantial healthcare expenditures and present a significant burden on healthcare providers and society. Dementia can result from a variety of neurodegenerative and vascular causes, however, other conditions also play a role. In particular, sleep disorders are now appreciated to be closely linked to neurogenerative dementia. The purpose of our symposium is to explore pathophysiological links between sleep disorders and cognitive impairment and explain the rationale for treating sleep disorders in patients with cognitive impairment. We will also describe ambulatory methods that can be used to detect sleep disorders in this patient population. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Describe pathophysiological links between sleep disorders and cognitive impairment. Explain the rationale for treating sleep disorders in patients with cognitive impairment. Be aware of ambulatory methods that can diagnose sleep disorders in individuals with cognitive impairment. The topics and presenters are: • Pathophysiological links between sleep disorders and cognition (Nathan Cross, Concordia University) • The case to treat sleep disorders in cognitively impaired patients (Andrew Lim, Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology, University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada) • Ambulatory methods to diagnose sleep disorders in cognitive impairment (Mark Boulos, Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology, University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada)

SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An Evidence-Based Clinical Update

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SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An Evidence-Based Clinical Update CHAIRPERSON: Mark I. Boulos, MD, MSc PRESENTERS: Nathan Cross1, ...

SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during.. → SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during.. →

SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during sleep: How can simultaneous recording advance our understanding of the sleeping human ...

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2 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 494069 494069 SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during sleep: How can simultaneous recording advance our understanding of the sleeping human brain? CHAIRPERSON: Makoto Uji1 PRESENTERS: Makoto Uji1; Andrew Bagshaw2; Laura Lewis3; Stuart Fogel4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Concordia University; 2 University of Birmingham; 3 Boston University; 4 University of Ottawa; Royal's Institute for Mental Health Research DESCRIPTION: Simultaneous recording of multimodal neuroimaging data (i.e., EEG-fMRI, EEG-NIRS) is a promising and especially well-suited non-invasive approach to study sleep. By leveraging the wealth of information from high-temporal resolution EEG to inform techniques with high spatial resolution, such as fMRI, these combined methods can provide greater specificity and sensitivity to neural activity in the sleeping brain as compared to a single neuroimaging method (i.e., EEG or fMRI alone). This symposium will present novel findings from both basic science (e.g., memory reactivation, neural basis of cognitive functions) and clinical perspective (e.g., insomnia, mental health conditions, epilepsy) showcasing the advantages and challenges of employing simultaneous multimodal neuroimaging methods while advancing our understanding of how the sleeping brain works, the functions of sleep and the implications of insufficient sleep. Multimodal studies of sleep will enable us to push the frontiers of sleep science and unravel the mysteries of sleep. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: To identify the advantages of using simultaneous multimodal neuroimaging methods during sleep To recognize the challenges of conducting simultaneous multimodal neuroimaging sleep studies To understand how multimodal neuroimaging methods can help us better understand the underlying neurophysiological mechanisms of the sleeping human brain, sleep disorders and the functions of sleep

SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during sleep: How can simultaneous recording advance our understanding of the sleeping human brain?

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SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during sleep: How can simultaneous recording advance our understanding of the sleeping human brain? CHAIRPERSON: ...

OPENING KEYNOTE: Functional sleep connectivity:.. → OPENING KEYNOTE: Functional sleep connectivity:.. →

2021 Distinguished Scientist Presentation

Over the last decades, a particular attention has been paid on the functional brain networks associated with brain states and their ...

October 28, 2021 Live Webinar
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OPENING KEYNOTE: Functional sleep connectivity: from slow oscillations to the Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network

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Over the last decades, a particular attention has been paid on the functional brain networks associated with brain states and their dynamics across ...

Oral Session 6: Sleep, Stress, Emotional.. → Oral Session 6: Sleep, Stress, Emotional.. →

ORAL SESSION 6: Sleep, Emotional Regulation and Insomnia DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. A Systematic Review of ...

October 30, 2021 Live Webinar
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Oral Session 6: Sleep, Stress, Emotional Regulation and Insomnia

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ORAL SESSION 6: Sleep, Emotional Regulation and Insomnia DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. A Systematic Review of Insomnia ...

Oral Session 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative.. → Oral Session 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative.. →

ORAL SESSION 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative Diseases DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. Disturbed sleep and reduced ...

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5 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/30/2021 0 503218 503218 ORAL SESSION 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative Diseases DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. Disturbed sleep and reduced hippocampal integrity at midlife: Implications for AD risk in women with early surgical menopause PRESENTING AUTHOR: Gervais, Nicole1,2 CO-AUTHORS: Brown, Alana2 ; Gravelsins, Laura2 ; Olsen, Rosanna1 ; Laird, Kaz2 ; Reuben, Rebekah2 ; Perovic, Mateja2 ; Karkaby, Laurice2 ; Gosselin, Nadia3 ; Grady, Cheryl1 ; Einstein, Gillian1,2,4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Health Sciences and University of Toronto; 2 University of Toronto; 3 Département de psychologie, Université de Montréal; Centre d'études avancées en médecine du sommeil, CIUSSS Nord-de-l'Île-de-Montréal; 4 Tema Genus at Linköping University 2. Signs and Symptoms of Irregular Sleep Wake Rhythm Disorder (ISWRD) Reported Directly from Patients with Dementia and Their Caregivers PRESENTING AUTHOR: Pokrzywinski, Robin1 CO-AUTHORS: Abel, Cristina1 ; Lenderking, William R.1; Yardley, Jane2 ; Cheng, Jocelyn Y3; Moline, Margaret3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Evidera, Bethesda, MD; 2 Eisai Ltd., Hatfield, UK; 3 Eisai Inc., Woodcliff Lake, NJ 3. Endogenous Expression Levels of α-Synuclein as a Cellular Vulnerability in REM Sleep Behaviour Disorder PRESENTING AUTHOR: Dugan, Brittany1 CO-AUTHORS: Fraigne, Jimmy1; Peever, John1 AFFILIATIONS: 1 University of Toronto 4. Reduced spindle density is associated with cognitive decline in individuals with moderate-severe OSA PRESENTING AUTHOR: Guadagni, Veronica1,2,3,5 CO-AUTHORS: Pun, M. 1,2,3 ; Almousawi, A.1,2,3 ; Yang, K.1,2,3 ; Hanly, P.J.7,8 ; Younes, M.9 ; Poulin, M.1-6 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Department of Physiology & Pharmacology, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 2 Hotchkiss Brain Institute, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 3 Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 4 Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 5 O’Brien Institute for Public Health, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 6 Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 7Department of Medicine, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; 8Sleep Centre, Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary, AB, Canada; 9 Sleep Disorders Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 5. The effects of exercise on sleep quality in persons with Parkinson’s Disease: a systematic review with meta-analysis. PRESENTING AUTHOR: Cristini, Jacopo1,2 CO-AUTHORS: Weiss, Maxana1,2; de Las Heras, Bernat1,2; Medina-Rincón, Almudena1,3; Dagher, Alain4; Postuma, Ronald B.4; Huber, Reto5; Doyon, Julien4; Rosa-Neto, Pedro6; Carrier, Julie7; Amara, Amy W.8; Roig, Marc1,2 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Memory and Motor Rehabilitation Laboratory (MEMORY-LAB), Feil and Oberfeld Research Centre, Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, Montreal Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation (CRIR), Laval, Quebec, Canada ; 2 School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ; 3 Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. ; 4 Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ; 5 Child Development Center, University Children’s Hospital and Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Psychiatric Hospital, University of Zurich. 6 Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ; 7 Université de Montréal, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. ; 8 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama, USA.

Oral Session 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative Diseases

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ORAL SESSION 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative Diseases DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. Disturbed sleep and reduced ...

Oral Session 4: Daytime Sleepiness and.. → Oral Session 4: Daytime Sleepiness and.. →

ORAL SESSION 4: Daytime Sleepiness and Hypersomnolence Disorders DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 12:15 PM END TIME: 1:45 PM 1. ...

October 30, 2021 Live Webinar
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6 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/30/2021 0 503215 503215 ORAL SESSION 4: Daytime Sleepiness and Hypersomnolence Disorders DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 12:15 PM END TIME: 1:45 PM 1. Cataplexy-Free Days in a Phase 3, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind, Randomized Withdrawal Study of Lower-Sodium Oxybate in Adults With Narcolepsy With Cataplexy PRESENTING AUTHOR: Dauvilliers, Yves1,2 CO-AUTHORS: Foldvary-Schaefer, Nancy3 ; Bogan, Richard K.4 ; Šonka, Karel5 ; Thorpy, Michael J.6 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Sleep and Wake Disorders Centre, Department of Neurology, Gui de Chauliac Hospital, Montpellier, France; 2 University of Montpellier, INM INSERM, Montpellier, France; 3 Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, USA; 4 University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC, USA; 5 First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and General University Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic; 6 Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA 2. Accurately Screening Obstructive Sleep Apnea During Wakefulness is Possible PRESENTING AUTHOR: Elwali, Ahmed1 CO-AUTHORS: Moussavi, Zahra1,2 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Biomedical Engineering, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; 2 Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada 3. Driving Drowsy: A single night of mild sleep restriction negatively impacts EEG and driving behaviour PRESENTING AUTHOR: Gibbings, A. 1,2 CO-AUTHORS: Ray, L.B..1 ; Shahidi, Zandi 1,3 ; Comeau, F.J.E.3 ; Fogel, S.M..1,2,4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Sleep Research Unit, The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, Ottawa, K1Z 7K4, Canada; 2 School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, K1N 6N5, Canada; 3 Alcohol Countermeasures Systems Corp (ACS), Toronto, M9W 6J2, Canada; 4 University of Ottawa Brain & Mind Research Institute, Ottawa, K1H 8M5, Canada 4. Sex Differences in Obstructive Sleep Apnea after Stroke or TIA PRESENTING AUTHOR: Dharmakulaseelan, Laavanya1,2,3 CO-AUTHORS: Black, Sandra E. 1,2,3 ; Swartz, Richard H. 1,2,3 ; Murray, Brian J. 1,2,3 ; Boulos, Mark I. I. 1,2,3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Hurvitz Brain Sciences Research Program, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 2 Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 3 Sleep Laboratory, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 5. Association of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension with Obstructive Sleep Apnea PRESENTING AUTHORS: Bingeliene, Arina1,2,3 ; Boulos, Mark I.1,2,3 CO-AUTHORS: Tyndel, Felix1,2,3 ; Jairam, Trevor ; Girgis, Patrick1,2,3 ; Sundaram, Arun1,2,3, Murray, Brian1,2,3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Hurvitz Brain Sciences Research Program, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 2 Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 3 Sleep Laboratory, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Oral Session 4: Daytime Sleepiness and Hypersomnolence Disorders

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ORAL SESSION 4: Daytime Sleepiness and Hypersomnolence Disorders DATE: 10/30/2021 START TIME: 12:15 PM END TIME: 1:45 PM 1. Cataplexy-Free ...

Oral Session 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan Oral Session 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan

ORAL SESSION 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 4:00 PM END TIME: 5:30 PM 1. Long-term Efficacy and Safety of ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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7 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503193 503193 ORAL SESSION 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 4:00 PM END TIME: 5:30 PM 1. Long-term Efficacy and Safety of Lemborexant Versus Placebo For the Treatment of Insomnia in Elderly Adults PRESENTING AUTHOR: Moline, Margaret1 CO-AUTHORS: Inoue, Yuichi2; Pinner, Kate3; Perdomo, Carlos1; Filippov, Gleb1; Kubota, Naoki4; Yardley, Jane3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Eisai Ltd., Hatfield, UK.; 2 Tokyo Medical University; 3 Eisai Inc., Woodcliff Lake, NJ; 4 Eisai Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan 2. NREM sleep fast delta activity is a more sensitive marker of age-related changes in homeostatic sleep pressure than slow delta in mice PRESENTING AUTHOR: Dubé, Jonathan3 CO-AUTHORS: Lahmimsi, Hamza1; Timofeev, Igor 2; Lina, Jean Marc3; Carrier, Julie4; Bukhtiyarova, Olga2; Soltani, Sara2; Mongrain, Valérie5 AFFILIATIONS: 1 McGill University; 2 CERVO Brain Research Center - Laval University; 3 Centre d'études avancées en médecine du sommeil - Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal; 4 Département de psychologie, Université de Montréal; 5 Departement de neurosciences, Université de Montréal 3. The lost benefit of sleep for memory trace consolidation: Impact of age PRESENTING AUTHOR: Toor, Balmeet1 CO-AUTHORS: Van Den Berg, Nicholas1; Pozzobon, A.1 ; Stewart, M1 ; Ray, L.B.1 ; Fang, Zhuo 1 ; Toor, H1 ; Fogel, S.M.1,2,3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada; 2 Sleep Unit, The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada; 3 University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Institute, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada 4. Safety and Efficacy of Lemborexant Over the Long-term in Subjects with Irregular Sleep-Wake Rhythm Disorder and Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia PRESENTING AUTHOR: Moline, Margaret1 CO-AUTHORS: Bsharat, Mohammad1; Cheng, Jocelyn Y.1 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Eisai Inc., Woodcliff Lake, NJ 5. Feasibility testing of the ABCs of SLEEPING for Babies mobile application as an intervention to improve sleep in infants aged 6 to 12 months PRESENTING AUTHOR: Keys, Elizabeth1 CO-AUTHORS: Corkum, Penny2; Keating, Sarah2; Weiss, Shelly3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 University of British Columbia; 2 Dalhousie University; 3 The Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto

Oral Session 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan

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ORAL SESSION 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 4:00 PM END TIME: 5:30 PM 1. Long-term Efficacy and Safety of Lemborexant ...

Oral Session 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments Oral Session 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments

ORAL SESSION 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 4:00 PM END TIME: 5:30 PM 1. Effects of cognitive-behavioral ...

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8 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503192 503192 ORAL SESSION 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 4:00 PM END TIME: 5:30 PM 1. Effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia on sleep misperception in chronic primary insomnia PRESENTING AUTHOR: Perrault, Aurore A.1,2 CO-AUTHORS: Maltezos, Antonia1; Gong, Kirsten1; Hillcoat, Alexandra1; McCarthy, Margaret1,3; Smith, Dylan1; Pomares, Florence B.1,2,3; Gouin, Jean-Philippe2,3,4; Dang-Vu, Thien Thanh1,2,4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Sleep, Cognition and Neuroimaging Lab, Department of Health, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology & Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 2 Centre de Recherche de l’Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal, CIUSSS Centre-Sud-de-l’Ile-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada; 3 Stress, Interpersonal Relationship and Health Lab, Department of Psychology & Centre for Clinical Research in Health, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 4 PERFORM Center, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2. Effectiveness and Safety of the Dual Orexin Receptor Antagonist Lemborexant in Subjects Previously Treated with Placebo for 6 Months PRESENTING AUTHOR: Yardley, Jane 1 CO-AUTHORS: Inoue, Yuichi 2; Pinner, Kate1; Perdomo, Carlos3; Filippov, Gleb3; Kubota, Naoki 4; Moline, Margaret 4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Eisai Ltd., Hatfield, UK.; 2 Tokyo Medical University; 3 Eisai Inc., Woodcliff Lake, NJ; 4 Eisai Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan 3. Preliminary report on the efficacy of behavioral therapy for insomnia in shift work disorder: a randomized control trial PRESENTING AUTHOR: Vallières, Annie1 CO-AUTHORS:   Garnier, S.1; Pappathomas, A.1; Mérette, C.1; Bastien, C.H.1 AFFILIATION: 1 Université Laval 4. Video-Conference Delivery Of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy For Insomnia During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Comparison of Pre-Pandemic and Pandemic Cohorts PRESENTING AUTHOR: Stenstrom, Philippe1 CO-AUTHORS:   La Rocque, Cherie1 ; Araújo, Taís1; Denesle, Régine1 AFFILIATIONS: 1 HALEO Clinic

Oral Session 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments

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ORAL SESSION 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 4:00 PM END TIME: 5:30 PM 1. Effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy for ...

Oral Session 1: Neural Control of Sleep and.. → Oral Session 1: Neural Control of Sleep and.. →

ORAL SESSION 1: Neural Control of Sleep and Wakefulness DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. Circuit control of theta ...

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9 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503178 503178 ORAL SESSION 1: Neural Control of Sleep and Wakefulness DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. Circuit control of theta oscillations during REM sleep PRESENTING AUTHOR: Taksokhan, Anita3 CO-AUTHORS: Fraigne, Jimmy1; Peever, John1, 2 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Cell and Systems Biology, University of Toronto; 2 Physiology, University of Toronto; 3 University of Toronto 2. Implication of GABAergic synaptic adhesion molecules in the regulation of sleep and wakefulness PRESENTING AUTHOR: Leduc, Tanya1, 2 CO-AUTHORS: Mongrain, Valérie1,2 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Département de neurosciences, Université de Montréal, QC; 2 Centre d’études avancées en médecine du sommeil, Recherche – Centre intégré universitaire de santé et services sociaux du Nord-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, QC 3. Rhynchophylline, a derivative of traditional Chinese medicine, modifies sleep in male and female mice PRESENTING AUTHOR: Ballester Roig, Maria Neus1,2 CO-AUTHORS: Leduc, Tanya1,2;Dufort-Gervais, Julien1;Maghmoul, Yousra1, 3;Mongrain, Valérie1, 2 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medicine, Recherche CIUSSS-NIM, Montreal, QC; 2 Department of Neuroscience, Université de Montréal, Montreal, QC; 3 Department of pharmacology and physiology, Université de Montréal, Montreal, QC 4. Role of sublaterodorsal tegmental nucleus GABA neurons in sleep-wake control PRESENTING AUTHOR: Lee, Hanhee1 CO-AUTHORS: Fraigne, Jimmy1; Peever, John1 AFFILIATION: 1 University of Toronto 5. Survival of the fittest: Long versus short sleep in Drosophila melanogaster in three separate environments PRESENTING AUTHOR: Harbison, Susan1 CO-AUTHORS: Singh, Akanksha1; Hansen, Nancy1; Serrano Negron, Yazmin 1 AFFILIATIONS: 1 National Heart Lung and Blood Institute

Oral Session 1: Neural Control of Sleep and Wakefulness

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ORAL SESSION 1: Neural Control of Sleep and Wakefulness DATE: 10/29/2021 START TIME: 2:15 PM END TIME: 3:45 PM 1. Circuit control of theta ...

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ROUNDTABLE: Mind the Gap in Child & Adolescent.. → ROUNDTABLE: Mind the Gap in Child & Adolescent.. →

PRESENTERS: Anthony Bailey1; Bruce Carleton2; Oliviero Bruni3; Osman Ipsiroglu4; Penny Corkum5 DESCRIPTION: Over the last years, several ...

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ROUNDTABLE: Mind the Gap in Child & Adolescent Mental Health: The Interplay between Medication Treatment and Sleep

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PRESENTERS: Anthony Bailey1; Bruce Carleton2; Oliviero Bruni3; Osman Ipsiroglu4; Penny Corkum5 DESCRIPTION: Over the last years, several articles ...

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SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders.. → SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders.. →

SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders during the COVID 19 Pandemic across Countries and Populations CHAIRPERSON: Dr. Veronica ...

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SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders during the COVID 19 Pandemic across Countries and Populations

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SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders during the COVID 19 Pandemic across Countries and Populations CHAIRPERSON: Dr. Veronica ...

PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to.. → PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to.. →

PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to know about management of perioperative sleep disordered breathing? A Society of ...

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14 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 494071 494071 PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to know about management of perioperative sleep disordered breathing? A Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine (SASM) Session CHAIRPERSONS: Dr. Mandeep Singh, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Dr. Christine Won, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA PRESENTERS: Dr. Satya Krishna Ramachandran and Beth Israel Deaconess, Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA TITLE: What is the association between obstructive sleep apnea and perioperative outcomes? PRESENTERS: Dr. Bhargavi Gali, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland, OH, USA; Dr. Dennis Auckley, MetroHealth, Cleveland, OH, USA TITLE: Look before you leap | SASM Guidelines on preoperative screening of patients with OSA PRESENTERS: Dr. Crispiana Cozovicz, Paracelsus Medical University, Muellner Hauptstrasse, Salzburg, Austria; Dr. Stavros Memtsoudis, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY, USA TITLE: So what happened in the OR? | SASM Guidelines for intraoperative management of patients with OSA PRESENTERS: Panel discussion TITLE: Perioperative pathways for OSA management: Challenges, and Pitfalls

PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to know about management of perioperative sleep disordered breathing

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PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to know about management of perioperative sleep disordered breathing? A Society of Anesthesia and ...

SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake.. → SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake.. →

SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake regulating circuits CHAIRPERSON: Jimmy Fraigne1 PRESENTERS: Jimmy Fraigne1; Ada ...

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SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake regulating circuits

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SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake regulating circuits CHAIRPERSON: Jimmy Fraigne1 PRESENTERS: Jimmy Fraigne1; Ada Eban-Rothschild2; ...

SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during.. → SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during.. →

SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during COVID19 pandemic: A health equity issue CHAIRPERSON: Guido Simonelli1 PRESENTERS: Guido ...

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SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during COVID19 pandemic: A health equity issue

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SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during COVID19 pandemic: A health equity issue CHAIRPERSON: Guido Simonelli1 PRESENTERS: Guido Simonelli1; ...

SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk:.. → SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk:.. →

SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk: identifying involved sleep characteristics and mechanisms CHAIRPERSON: Andrée-Ann ...

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17 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/30/2021 0 503213 503213 SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk: identifying involved sleep characteristics and mechanisms CHAIRPERSON: Andrée-Ann Baril1 PRESENTERS: Andrée-Ann Baril1; Andrew Lim2; Claire André3; Matthew Pase4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Douglas Mental Health Institute, McGill University; 2 Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto; 3 Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medicine, Université de Montréal; 4 Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Monash University DESCRIPTION: Sleep disturbances emerged in recent years as a risk factor for neurodegeneration and cognitive decline. Because dementia and Alzheimer’s disease remain incurable, understanding how sleep disturbances might contribute to neurodegenerative processes represent an important opportunity to modify the disease trajectory. In this symposium, we will highlight the epidemiological association between incident Alzheimer’s disease dementia and sleep disturbances. How specific sleep stages, sleep fragmentation and sleep disorders associate with dementia risk will be discussed. To explore further explore the role of sleep disturbances in the development of neurodegenerative diseases, we will discuss key mechanistic hypotheses. We will discuss how sleep characteristics are associated with neurodegenerative pathology. Indeed, this program will address how neuroimaging biomarkers, commonly used within the dementia field of research, have furthered our understanding of the processes ongoing in individuals with sleep disturbances, and especially sleep apnea. We will also address the interplay between low-grade chronic inflammation, sleep and neurodegeneration. This program encompasses fields of neurology, epidemiology, dementia, sleep medicine, immune response and biomarkers. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify sleep characteristics that are associated with a higher dementia riskRecognize which sleep disturbances can impact Alzheimer’s disease pathological processesUnderstand the role of inflammation in the sleep-dementia relationship

SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk: identifying involved sleep characteristics and mechanisms

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SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk: identifying involved sleep characteristics and mechanisms CHAIRPERSON: Andrée-Ann Baril1 PRESENTERS: ...

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SYMPOSIUM 9: In the Wild: Leveraging Technologies to Accelerate the Translation and Reach of Sleep and Circadian Science Into Real-Life ...

October 30, 2021 Live Webinar
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18 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/30/2021 0 503212 503212 SYMPOSIUM 9: In the Wild: Leveraging Technologies to Accelerate the Translation and Reach of Sleep and Circadian Science Into Real-Life Settings   CHAIRPERSON: Anne Germain1 PRESENTERS: Anne Germain1; Christopher Connaboy2; Daniel Taylor3; Rachel Markwald4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 NOCTEM; 2 University of Pittsburgh; 3 University of Arizona; 4 NHRC DESCRIPTION: In this session, speakers will present findings from ongoing efforts aimed at leveraging and testing new technologies to support the translation of lab-based sleep and circadian science into large-scale, real-life applications. The symposium will cover specific examples that demonstrate the potential and real impact of technology-supported strategies to support sleep health, from sleep optimization to sleep treatments, and across a variety of occupational, operational, and clinical settings. Challenges and opportunities for monitoring and managing sleep "in the wild" will also be discussed by each speaker. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify gaps, adaptations, and opportunities to advance the translation of sleep and circadian science findings into a variety of occupational and clinical settings Describe the unique strengths, limitations, and value added by novel sleep monitoring technologies when used in large-scale efforts "in the wild" Detail different approaches to the expansion of synchronous and asynchronous sleep and fatigue management in occupational and clinical settings.

SYMPOSIUM 9: In the Wild: Leveraging Technologies to Accelerate the Translation and Reach of Sleep and Circadian Science Into Real-Life Settings

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SYMPOSIUM 9: In the Wild: Leveraging Technologies to Accelerate the Translation and Reach of Sleep and Circadian Science Into Real-Life Settings ...

ROUNDTABLE: Surveillance of Sleep Health in Canada ROUNDTABLE: Surveillance of Sleep Health in Canada

Friday, Oct 29, 2021 | 8:00 - 9:00 PM ROUNDTABLE: Surveillance of Sleep Health in Canada PRESENTER: Karen Roberts, Public Health Agency of ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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19 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar 10/29/2021 0 515721 515721 Friday, Oct 29, 2021 | 8:00 - 9:00 PM ROUNDTABLE: Surveillance of Sleep Health in Canada PRESENTER: Karen Roberts, Public Health Agency of Canada Given the recent emergence of sleep as a topic area of relevance for general public health promotion, this symposium lead by the Public Health Agency of Canada will seek to (1) introduce attendees to the new public health recommendations for sleep contained within the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for all age groups, (2) describe the sleep content currently included within Canada’s national health surveys for surveillance and research; and (3) present some of the most recent sleep data from these Canadian surveys. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Gain a better understanding of the sleep recommendations contained within Canada’s 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for all age groupsExplore the availability of population-based data on sleep in Canada.Examine national, population based estimates of: trends in sleep duration; sleep quality and sleep hygiene.

ROUNDTABLE: Surveillance of Sleep Health in Canada

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SYMPOSIUM 8: Bringing the Sleep Laboratory to a Patient's Home CHAIRPERSON: Mark Boulos1 PRESENTERS: Brian Murray1; Cathy Goldstein2; ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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20 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503181 503181 SYMPOSIUM 8: Bringing the Sleep Laboratory to a Patient's Home CHAIRPERSON: Mark Boulos1 PRESENTERS: Brian Murray1; Cathy Goldstein2; Houman Khosravani3; Mark Boulos3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Division of Neurology at the University of Toronto; 2 University of Michigan; 3 University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre DESCRIPTION: Sleep disorders are common in the general population, however, despite effective management strategies, they remain under-diagnosed and under-treated. A technologist-monitored, overnight sleep study in a sleep laboratory (polysomnography) is the gold standard for diagnosing sleep disorders, but high costs, lengthy wait times and patient inconvenience frequently prohibit assessments. Significant technical advances have enabled ambulatory sleep devices to serve as potentially cost-effective and more accessible alternatives to full in-laboratory polysomnography for the detection of sleep disorders. The purpose of our symposium is to examine advances in technologies used for the ambulatory detection of sleep disorders, as well as discuss technical limitations, legal and privacy issues associated with their use. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Describe advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning that can facilitate detection of sleep disorders.Be aware of the value and limitations of readily available consumer sleep monitoring devices.Describe privacy and legal concerns associated with the use of ambulatory sleep devices.

SYMPOSIUM 8: Bringing the Sleep Laboratory to a Patient's Home

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SYMPOSIUM 8: Bringing the Sleep Laboratory to a Patient's Home CHAIRPERSON: Mark Boulos1 PRESENTERS: Brian Murray1; Cathy Goldstein2; Houman ...

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SYMPOSIUM 7: New Insights into Sleep Disordered Breathing in Selected Populations CHAIRPERSON: Najib Ayas, UBC PRESENTERS: Andrew Lim1; ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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21 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503180 503180 SYMPOSIUM 7: New Insights into Sleep Disordered Breathing in Selected Populations CHAIRPERSON: Najib Ayas, UBC PRESENTERS: Andrew Lim1; Marcus Povitz2; Rachel Jen; Sushmita Pamidi3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto; 2 University of Calgary; 3 McGill University DESCRIPTION: Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) is a common under recognized disorder. Rates of SDB may be greater in particular populations, and may have unique health consequences or treatment considerations in them. The purpose of this symposium is to highlight recent advances with respect to SDB in four distinct areas. Specifically, we will discuss the potential impact of SDB on future risk of dementia and mild cognitive impairment, and discuss potential treatment options for SDB in them. We will also discuss the links between diabetes and sleep apnea, and potential impacts of treatment in aiding glucose control and other outcomes. Third, we will discuss unique issues related to SDB in patients with COPD, with a discussion of health effects and home ventilatory modes. Finally, we will discuss new insights into the diagnosis and treatment of patients with obesity hypoventilation. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Understand unique aspects of SDB in patients with diabetes, COPD, obesity hypoventilation syndrome, and dementia.Understand the links between diabetes and sleep apnea with potential impacts of treatments.

SYMPOSIUM 7: New Insights into Sleep Disordered Breathing in Selected Populations

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SYMPOSIUM 7: New Insights into Sleep Disordered Breathing in Selected Populations CHAIRPERSON: Najib Ayas, UBC PRESENTERS: Andrew Lim1; Marcus ...

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SYMPOSIUM 5: Precision Medicine in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Are We Getting Close? CHAIRPERSON: Najib Ayas PRESENTERS: Ali Azarbarzin1; ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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22 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503175 503175 SYMPOSIUM 5: Precision Medicine in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Are We Getting Close? CHAIRPERSON: Najib Ayas PRESENTERS: Ali Azarbarzin1; Atul Malhotra2; Diego Mazzotti3 AFFILIATIONS: 1 Harvard University; 2 UCSD; 3 University Kansas DESCRIPTION: This symposium will summarize recent steps towards a precision medicine approach to obstructive sleep apnea. It is being increasingly recognized that OSA is a heterogeneous disease. Patients may have varying pathophysiologic pathways to disease, and differing susceptibilities to OSA-related complications such as cardiovascular disease. Understanding this heterogeneity may eventually help to offer more precise therapies to patients. In this symposium, we will discuss how physiologic endotyping, symptom clusters, biomarkers, and advanced PSG metrics may help to classify and risk stratify patients with OSA. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: To understand the heterogeneity of OSA in terms of physiologic endotypes and long term health complications To understand how symptom clusters, advanced PSG metrics, and biomarkers may eventually be helpful in advancing a precision approach to care

SYMPOSIUM 5: Precision Medicine in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Are We Getting Close?

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SYMPOSIUM 5: Precision Medicine in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Are We Getting Close? CHAIRPERSON: Najib Ayas PRESENTERS: Ali Azarbarzin1; Atul ...

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SYMPOSIUM 4: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep: A Contextual Perspective CHAIRPERSON: Geneviève Forest1 PRESENTERS: Geneviève ...

October 29, 2021 Live Webinar
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23 Live-Webinar-Live-Webinar jplist-topic-session 10/29/2021 0 503176 503176 SYMPOSIUM 4: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep: A Contextual Perspective CHAIRPERSON: Geneviève Forest1 PRESENTERS: Geneviève Forest1; Marie-Hélène Pennestri2; Tetyana Kendzerska3; Véronique Massicotte4 AFFILIATIONS: 1 UQO; 2 McGill University; 3 The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute / University of Ottawa; 4 Laval University DESCRIPTION: Emerging data indicate that the psychosocial consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are not equal across individuals. Contextual factors (e.g. living space, remote work, food and financial insecurity), developmental stage (e.g., adolescence, old age), as well as COVID-19-specific stressors (e.g., pre-existing chronic illness increasing risk for severe COVID-19, being in quarantine) likely influence the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sleep. The goal of this symposium will be to examine the similarities and differences in the sleep profiles of different populations during the COVID-19 pandemic as a function of these contextual factors. In addition to the comparison of the sleep profiles across diverse populations, the moderating effects of contextual factors, developmental stage, and/or COVID-19 specific stressors will be examined within different samples. Forest will be presenting data on the sleep profiles of adolescents and young adults during the first wave of the pandemic. Kendzerska and Pennestri will be presenting cross-sectional sleep data from a large Canadian sample, including demographic, behavioural and psychological factors associated with sleep changes. Massicotte and Savard will be presenting longitudinal data describing the evolution of insomnia symptoms before and during the pandemic among breast cancer patients. Gouin will be presenting data on longitudinal changes in sleep during the pandemic among older adults. Collectively, data from these different samples will present a nuanced perspective of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sleep and identify contextual factors increasing or decreasing risk for poor sleep during the pandemic. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: To describe the sleep profile during the COVID-19 pandemicTo understanding the impact of contextual factors, developmental stage, and COVID-19 specific stressors on sleep during the SARS-cov-2 pandemic

SYMPOSIUM 4: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep: A Contextual Perspective

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SYMPOSIUM 4: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep: A Contextual Perspective CHAIRPERSON: Geneviève Forest1 PRESENTERS: Geneviève Forest1; ...

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October 30, 2021 Live Webinar
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October 30, 2021 Live Webinar
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